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Published on October 07, 2016

Tri-County Urgent Care Opens in Hopkinton

Philip J. Ciaramicoli, Jr., President of Tri-County Medical Associates, is pleased to announce that Tri-County Medical has opened their Urgent Care site located at 1 Lumber Street, Hopkinton, MA. Tri-County Urgent Care offers walk-in service seven days a week provided by Tri-County physicians Michael Connors, MD and Patty-Ann Krajewski, MD, and advanced practitioners, Jason Langois, PA; Anne Meyer, NP and William Vitale, NP. Milford Regional’s laboratory and x-ray services are conveniently on site to provide patients with the care they need in just one stop.

Tri-County Urgent Care treats non-emergent illnesses and injuries including but not limited to: coughs, colds and sore throats; fever or flu symptoms; sprains and fractures; minor wounds and burns; and minor allergic reactions. The hours are Monday through Friday - 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. and weekends - 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

For more information about our providers or to schedule an appointment, please call (508) 625-3535 or visit www.tricountymedical.org.


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